The best way to use fabric on a card is to apply iron-on interfacing (the stiffer kind) to the wrong side of the fabric first before you cut it out with scissors (here I used pinking shears on the background and blue/white side panel) or try to use a die cut (here a Nestie Label 17 was used with the floral fabric). From there you work with it like any cardstock really. It's that simple and yields a wonderful look.
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I'm also entering this card in the following challenges (What fun!):
Southern Girls Challenge - "Totally Loved Up" theme
Bunny Zoe's Crafts - "Love is in the Air" theme
One Crazy Stamper - "Love" theme
Scrap-Creations - "Love is in the Air" theme